Improve your SEO. Improve your practice.

Posted by Hanterior .com on January 09, 2017 . 0 Comments

One of the biggest factors in growing your practice online is how your website ranks in search engines. SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the practice of taking steps to improve how your site shows up for specific keywords. This guide from Chiro.Business will show you the steps that you can take on your own to improve your practice's website. 

Chiropractic SEO Guide


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Real Time MRI of Knuckle Cracking

Posted by Hanterior .com on April 25, 2015 . 0 Comments

Check out this new study in PLOS ONE looking to determine the cause of the "cracking" sound created with distraction at the MCP joint.
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"Our results offer direct experimental evidence that joint cracking is the result of cavity inception within synovial fluid rather than collapse of a pre-existing bubble. These observations are consistent with tribonucleation, a known process where opposing surfaces resist separation until a critical point where they separate rapidly resulting in vapor cavities that do not collapse instantaneously."
Also check out the co-author/subject (and Chiropractor) Jerome Fryer showing off his knuckle cracking skills. 
Know you can show patients what is happening in their joints when they "crack".
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Great Review from Circle of Docs Founder Dr. Beau Pierce

Posted by Hanterior .com on April 25, 2015 . 0 Comments

Check out this great review at

Here is a section pulled from the review:

"It was very easy to take out of my pocket, slide on my hand and position it in my palm.  Matter of fact, after using it about 20x that first morning, patients could not even tell I was putting the tool on/off in my adjusting routine.

The biggest difference between the Hanterior and other anterior adjusting wedges is the way it allows you to adjust. The “other” tools provide a “block under the vertebrae experience”. These other tools were created to provide leverage to adjust the segment. The Hanterior is completely different.

When wearing the Hanterior I could still palpate the thoracic segments and really position myself as to the correct line of drive that I wanted to use to deliver the adjustment....

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